Getting to Know Each-Other
We thank you for visiting our site. With so many other sites out there, it means so much that you’re here – spending time with us.
We created this site to be a direct reflection of us: a community. We do that through Arts and Advocacy. We feature both aspects because they are crucial components in bridging gaps and providing unity. This community that we strive to build, at its core, will be a refuge for Queer and Trans People of Color and is filled with opportunities and possibilities.
It’s our hope that the content we feature uplifts, educates, challenges, inspires, entertains, and speaks to you and for you. It’s also our hope that you continue to come back to join the conversations we’re trying to have – about making ourselves visible.
Again, thank you for coming. Stay for a bit. Look around. Make yourself at home. Join the community.
Donja R. Love & Brandon Nick, Founders
The Each-Other Project
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"The place in which I'll fit will not exist until I make it."
- James Baldwin
The Each-Other Project aims to create content that is both entertaining and educational. Inspiring and insightful. We want to make you laugh, live, and learn. Take a look at some of our work.
A variety styled roundtable for and by queer and trans people of color.
Once A Star
Hitting a breaking point in their relationship, two ex-porn stars are at odds about their future after realizing they can’t survive solely off dreams.
Interactive campaign brightening the visibility of those on the gender & sexual spectrum, one experience at a time!
My Brothers & Me
Late one night, in a Brooklyn apartment, three friends realize just how connected they may be.
The Space Between
A short film in which two roommates fall in love in a single, unlikely moment, a sneeze.
An interactive healing campaign that helps provide a safe space to seek, and hopefully find, healing.
I Hate New York
I Hate New York is a web series about a guy who's trying to pursue his dreams and survive in New York, but failing at both - and he learns so is everyone else.
Modern Day Black Gay
Modern Day Black Gay is an introspective web-series that explores what it means to be Black and Gay in modern society through the eyes of its cynical protagonist, Malcolm Hughes.
Exploring is a series that creates dialogue that focuses on various topics within the LGBTQ community.